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Grammar Engineering Frequently Asked Questions

I want to install the LKB on my local machine, what should I do?

The LKB can downloaded from the DELPH-IN website, for both Windows and Linux. (There is a Mac version as well, but with only limited support.) If you want the full functionality, including [incr tsdb()], you need to install the Linux version. There are at least three options for doing this:
The LKB can downloaded from the DELPH-IN website, for Linux. While there once were versions which ran on Windows and Mac (to varying degrees), the current system (with full functionality) is only available for Linux. Our current advise to non-Linux users is to install VirtualBox and then use the VirtualBox applicance with the DELPH-IN software pre-installed which is maintained by UW.

Some other/older solutions noted below:


Option 1: Install Ubuntu (or another Linux distribution)

This gives you a full Linux installation, and may be the best choice if you want to learn Linux or plan to do a lot of linguistics work on your machine. There is far more linguistics software for Linux than for any other operating system.

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